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Please help me figure out how to set a system wide PATH.....
I have upgraded svn to version 1.8.10 on osx 10.9
One of the required steps was adding the address of the current svn to the PATH.
Doing it in he current terminal, it allowed me to see the svn --version as 1.8.10, but upon closing the terminal, the version reverted to 1.7
I read that I can add this line to
These files do not exist on my mac
I created the .profile and added the line above. From terminal, now I can get the correct version. But I am required to read this version from a different program (my Qt project calls a command
Even though in terminal I can get the correct svn version, the command above still gives an error "
This client is too old to work with the working copy..."
The directions i find online, like this, say I also have to modify the .bash_profile (which does not exist on my machine) or edit/add something inside the
/etc/paths.d directory - mine is empty !
Please help - how do I add this path to the system PATH variable ? Considering that all the default places to add it are missing ? And make it work from other programs not just Terminal ?